Craig A. Aspinwall Areas of specialization: Analytical Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Imaging, Instrumentation, Cell Physiology, Biomaterials, Microscopy, Microcolumn Separations, Electrophysiology, Electrochemistry. Professional Preparation: Berry College Chemistry (honors) Magna Cum Laude B.S., 1994 University of Florida Chemistry (Analytical) Ph.D., 1999 Karolinska Institutet Cell Physiology PD, 1999-2000 Ames Laboratory, Iowa State U. Analytical Chemistry, Cell biology PD, 2000-2001 Experience: 2002 – Present Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Arizona. 2000 – 2001 Alexander Hollaender Distinguished Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Ames Laboratory, U.S. Dept. of Energy, Iowa State University (Advisor: Prof. Edward S. Yeung). 1999 – 2000 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Molecular Medicine, Karolinska Institute (Advisor: Prof. Olof Larsson). 1994 – 1999 Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry, University of Florida (Advisor: Prof. Robert T. Kennedy). 1993 Intern chemist, Research and Development Department, Mydrin, Inc., Calhoun, GA. 1992 NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates, Department of Chemistry, University of Alabama. Honors and awards: ACS Leadership Development Award (2003) 3M Nontenured Faculty Award (2002-2005) DOE Alexander Hollaender Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow (2000-2001) NIH NRSA Fellow (2000-2002, inactive) Swedish Institute Cultural Exchange Scholar (1999-2000) Herbert A. and Marjorie J. Laitinen Fellow (1998) ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry Full Year Fellow (1997-1998) Department of Chemistry Teaching Award, University of Florida (1995) ACS Undergraduate Analytical Chemistry Award (1994) Professional Organizations: American Chemical Society, ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry, California Separation Science Society, Society for Applied Spectroscopy, American Association for Advancement of Sciences. Synergistic Activities: Reviewer: Funding agencies: NSF, PRF, Research Corporation Journals: Analytical Chemistry, Electrophoresis, Analyst, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, J. Chemical Education, Chemical Educator Participant: Minority Graduate Education at Mountain States Alliance; ACS Leadership Development Workshop, ACS Leaders Conference Member: Steering Committee for Minority Access to Research Careers Program; Departmental Seminar Committee; Graduate Recruiting Committee; Biological Chemistry Program; Chemistry-Biochemistry Coordinating Committee; University Laser Safety Committee Awards to mentored students: Dept. of Chemistry Excellence in Undergraduate Research (S. Premeau), Dept. of Chem. Graduate Midcareer Award (D. Roberts, S. Hapuarachchi); 1st Place, Undergraduate Poster Session, 17th Rocky Mt. Regional ACS (S. Premeau); 2nd Place, Graduate Poster Session, 17th Rocky Mt. Regional ACS (E. Mansfield). Program and Scientific Committee Chair, Rocky Mountain Regional ACS meeting, 2006 Symposium Organizer: ACS National Meeting, Spring 2004, Anaheim, CA Outreach: Lectures and demonstrations at local area elementary schools; Interviewee for local area high school students; Science Fair Judge (and organization consultant) – local elementary schools; Co-Scientific Coordinator – University of Arizona-ADA America’s Walk for Diabetes Team, High School research opportunities; High school teacher training.